Figure 1: Plant proteins can carry transit peptides at their N-terminus that guide them to chloroplast or mitochondria, or nucleus localization signals (NLSs) that guide them to the nucleus.

From: LOCALIZER: subcellular localization prediction of both plant and effector proteins in the plant cell

Figure 1: Plant proteins can carry transit peptides at their N-terminus that guide them to chloroplast or mitochondria, or nucleus localization signals (NLSs) that guide them to the nucleus.
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Effector proteins can also target plant chloroplast, mitochondria, or nuclei through mimicry of transit peptides or NLSs occurring after their signal peptides. Some effectors might also have pro-domains after the signal peptide that are cleaved off during or after secretion.